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Exploring young people's experiences with health-related content in social media platforms: A qualitative study to inform youth-friendly services demand generation in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

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This qualitative research was conducted to understand young people’s experiences with digital health content to form the basis of demand generation strategies that will help connect more young people to life-saving health services and information, utilizing youth-led, innovative, participatory methods.

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UNFPA Indonesia Covid-19 Response September-October 2020

Situation Report

UNFPA Indonesia Covid-19 Response Situational Report September-October 2020

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UNFPA Indonesia Covid-19 Response July-August 2020

Situation Report

UNFPA Indonesia Covid-19 Response Situational Report July-August 2020

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Technical Guideline on Contraceptive Services in Health Crisis After Disaster

Technical Guideline on Contraceptive Services in Health Crisis After Disaster

Technical Reports and Document

The unavailability of contraceptive services in a health crisis heightened the vulnerabilities of women, especially in crisis situations. In crisis situations unintended pregnancies and the incidence of death and disability are related to complications of pregnancy and childbirth will increase. Under the leadership of the BKKBN, UNFPA has previously supported the development of a key document, the General Guideline on Contraceptive Services in Health Crisis after Disaster. In order to have handy and practical guidance, another key document, the Technical Guideline on Contraceptive Services in Health Crisis after Disaster was developed in close consultation with related stakeholders to meet the national and sub-national needs. This Technical Guideline covers practical steps for the stakeholders to take to ensure the availability of contraceptive services during the disaster preparedness phase, crisis response phase, as well as coordinated transition back to routine services to minimize the disruption in family planning services.

 

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UNFPA Indonesia Covid-19 Response May-June 2020

Situation Report

UNFPA Indonesia Covid-19 Response Situational Report May-June 2020

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Guideline on Contraceptive Services in Health Crisis After Disaster

Guideline on Contraceptive Services in Health Crisis After Disaster

Technical Reports and Document

One of the challenges that occur during the recent emergencies in Indonesia is to accommodate family planning (FP) needs among Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) during the disaster response phase (crisis situations). Women do not stop becoming pregnant or giving birth, therefore access to skilled birth attendance for safe delivery needs to be ensured. Apart from that, continued access and services to FP are also critical. It prevents unintended pregnancies and lowers the incidence of death and disability related to complications of pregnancy and childbirth. The unavailability of contraceptive services in a health crisis can also cause the spread of STI's/HIV. In order to accommodate FP needs in crisis situations, under the leadership of BKKBN, UNFPA developed a key document, the Guideline on Contraceptive Services in Health Crisis after Disaster that covers critical steps for the stakeholders to take during the disaster preparedness phase, crisis response phase, as well as coordinated transition back-to-routine services to minimize the disruption in FP services. This guideline will assist programme managers and related stakeholders in increasing access and availability of voluntary contraceptive services, in an effort to ensure the continuity of family planning and prevent unintended pregnancies in crisis situations.

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Adolescent Girls and Youth in Crisis - Voices from Central Sulawesi, Indonesia

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Adolescent girls and youth in Central Sulawesi have raised their voices. Following the earthquake and tsunami, they now face multi-dimentional vulnerabilities and their environment has forever changed. Despite the challenges that they face, adolescent girls and youth continue to demonstrate their self worth, contribute to the survival of their communities, and remain optimistic for the future. By addressing all aspects of their vulnerability and supporting their resilience, a path forward from this post-disaster situation will be paved.

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Youth in Emergencies

Fact Sheet

Youth in Emergencies

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UNFPA Humanitarian Response: ACTIVITIES & COVERAGES

Fact Sheet

UNFPA Humanitarian Response:
ACTIVITIES & COVERAGES
From October 2018 to March 2019 period

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Pencegahan & Penanganan Kekerasan Berbasis Gender (KBG) di Masa Darurat

Fact Sheet

Pencegahan & Penanganan Kekerasan Berbasis Gender (KBG) di Masa Darurat

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